If you’re currently preparing your marketing budgets for the coming year, you might want to think about a new way to make your resources go further.
At Moore & Moore Creative we help charities and socially aware organisations produce impactful and effective communications at a price they can afford. Whilst some clients come to us on a project-by-project basis, we are the main resource for the majority who find that working with a consistent and reliable supplier saves them both time and money.
Having worked with Three Cs – a person-centred, inclusive organisation for people with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges – on one off projects, we soon became more like their external marketing department. Instead of taking on design projects as they arose, we helped the charity plan their annual marketing activity and design budgets in advance.
Trusting us to help them make the most of limited resources, Three Cs no longer spend their time putting out tenders for individual pieces of work. They rely on our big-picture perspective to help ensure consistency across all communications. Our close understanding has created a cohesive look and feel that represents the character of the organisation and appeals to the aspirations of its stakeholders.
Jo Clare, Chief Executive of Three Cs said about us:
“Moore & Moore Creative’s way of working is time efficient, and cost effective. With a limited marketing budget, they suggest better value at every turn.
Their vision and creativity has led to high calibre communications, which are helping us reach new audiences. Whether direct marketing, short films, newsletters, leaflets, or novel solutions for events and fairs – our friendly ambitious character runs through their products, big and small, like letters through a stick of rock.”
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